Seattle : University of Washington Press, c1996.
This illustrated volume examines Haida art, ancient and modern. It shows the power, elegance and glory of Haida art from monumental totem poles to shaman's charms, as well as masks, regalia, feast dishes, pipes, rattles and other objects.
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